OCCUPATIONAL BACKGROUND: Executive Director, 1000 Friends of Oregon; Partner, Ball Janik Law Firm

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Parkrose H.S; Reed College (B.A.); University of Oregon Law School (J.D.)

PRIOR GOVERNMENTAL EXPERIENCE: Chief of Staff, Congressman Earl Blumenauer; Director of Policy and Planning, Tri-Met; Planning Director, City of Portland

Bob Stacey for Metro President
New Leadership with the Right Priorities

We need our next Metro President to improve our economy, watch our tax dollars and protect our quality of life. Bob Stacey is not a politician: he is the only candidate who will do all three.

Jobs for Our Future
Bob Stacey has private sector experience helping build projects that created hundreds of local jobs. Bob will push for the right kind of development to support long-term jobs.

“Right now, we need local elected leadership to help create jobs for our community. Instead of pushing expensive, wasteful projects, Bob Stacey will focus on the basics that are important to small business and create long-term, sustainable jobs.”
Jim Kelly, Founder, Rejuvenation House Parts

Better Accountability for Our Tax Dollars
Bob is the only candidate who opposes the Columbia River bridge proposal that is billions of dollars too expensive, will worsen our transportation problems and hurt our environment. And with audits showing cost overruns and lack of oversight on Zoo construction, Bob will strengthen accountability for our tax dollars.

Protecting Our Quality of Life
Bob will fiercely protect our neighborhoods, farmland, forests, natural areas and water from sprawl and overdevelopment. That's why he is the only candidate endorsed by Sierra Club and the Oregon League of Conservation Voters.

Supported By the Leaders We Trust
Former Governor Vic Atiyeh
Former Governor Barbara Roberts
State Treasurer Ted Wheeler
Congressman Earl Blumenauer
Clackamas County Chair Lynn Peterson
Multnomah County Commissioner Deborah Kafoury
David L. Vernier, CEO, Vernier Software & Technology, Beaverton
Dick Ponzi, Washington County vintner
…and hundreds of others.

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(This information furnished by Bob Stacey for Metro President)

The above information has not been verified for accuracy by Multnomah County.